According to the latest data analysis of Glassnode, with the launch of the Bitcoin ETF, CME Group BTC futures open interest and trading volume both reached new highs. Because the BITO ETF uses CME Group futures contracts as the target, it stimulated the open interest in 10. The month rose explosively, increasing by 3.95 billion U.S. dollars (265%), creating a record high for open positions on CME exchange futures, 5.44 billion U.S. dollars. In addition, transaction volume also reached a new high of $7.66 billion on October 20, the same day that Bitcoin reached a record high. Compared to the previous peak in February 2021, traders' trading volume on CME futures increased by $490 million. However, the proportion of futures margins collateralized by highly volatile cryptocurrency assets continues to decline, and futures contracts collateralized by cryptocurrencies have fallen from 70.1% in April (at the time of Coinbase's listing) to 44.6% today.